Plans have been launched to convert the empty Bo’ness store into a gym

An empty store that has never been used could be converted into a gym for Bo’ness, if planning permission is granted.

Gregor Buchan told Falkirk Council he would like to turn the empty unit into a personal training and fitness space in Unit 2, 66 Linlithgow Road Bo’ness.

A fit-up request reveals the space would be used for machines, weights and cardio equipment for private members.

He explains: “The aim of this project is to create leisure facilities in the Bo’ness area, which are currently very limited.

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“It will be an independently run gym and will be busy at all times, with the aim of creating a fitness community in the city.”

Mr Buchan added that it would not require any changes to the exterior of the building or any major interior changes.

The building, which is owned by Scotmid, currently has a class 3 building permit, but this has never been used and the unit is currently empty.

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